Yes, it will destroy a diesel engine.
No, putting gasoline in a diesel will destroy the diesel engine.
Sure you can if you want to totally destroy the engine. The coolant will mix with the oil and this will destroy the engine is a very short amount of time. The more you run the engine, the more damage that will be done.
Possible internal engine damage.
It is possible, but very unlikely.
Depends on the engine but severe engine damage will start to occur almost immediately. It will run a few minutes until it starts to overheat then the engine will seize. It will not take long to destroy the engine.
Sure, if you want to totally destroy the engine. The more you run the engine the more damage is done to the bearings and rings.
You can keep driving the vehicle if you want to destroy the engine. The more you run the engine the more damage will be done. Coolant mixing with the oil will cause severe engine wear.
There could be bent and/or broken valves. Possible damage to the cylinder head and valve guides. Could be damage to the top of the piston. Or you could br lucky and nothing happened.
Yes, that is possible. A blown head gasket will destroy the engine.
has engine been damage
A flashing check engine light is an indication of a misfire. Immediate catalytic converter damage is possible.
Not without causing engine damage- raw fuedl pumped into catalytic converter Engine missing possible computer damage
Depending on the impact it is possible, but not likely to damage the engine by a crash.Most can go off a cliff and not hurt the engine block itself.
Sure you can if you want to destroy the engine in the vehicle. I guarantee if it has a blown head gasket you will do some serious damage in 90 miles and possibly totally destroy this engine. I would not drive it 1 mile if it were my vehicle.
No revving your engine dosent damage it.
Yes it is bad. The more you run the engine the mare damage is done by coolant mixing with the oil. STOP driving it unless you want to destroy the engine.
It definitely is a possible cause of it jerking, if it's not an engine mount, service the transmission
Technically is possible. Of course if you intend to repair it - the more you drive it (if it will start) the more you destroy the engine.
Yes, it can damage the engine.
damage engine no.. will the engine run no.
While it is possible for an engine to fall out if the motor mounts are bad, it is very unlikely. However, a broken mount will likely destroy the engine if it is not replaced.
Possible blown head gasket or cracked head. Have this looked at by a professional ASAP, and do not drive this car until you get it fixed. Serious engine damage will occur.Possible blown head gasket or cracked head. Have this looked at by a professional ASAP, and do not drive this car until you get it fixed. Serious engine damage will occur.
Well I really have no idea what a ldv is, but if your timing belt breaks and your engine is an interference engine there will be damage. If it is not an interference engine there will be no damage.
This is known as an interference engine. In the event of a timing belt failiure, the valves collide with the pistons. This leads to bent valves, possible damage to the valve guides, possible cylinder head damage, & on very rare occasions piston damage as well